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>> shiri: tracking showers and when things are drying out for the weekend. >> michael: lawrence say a young teen was abducted and assaulted on way to school. >> crime unspeakable. >> michael: how girl was able to get free and lead them to her attacker. >> daniel: local woman missing for more than a day found safe and how she ended up in dark swamp. >> julie: big reversal for toddlers and screen time. go ahead and let baby see grandma on face time. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: traffic cameras and a little bit of fog lingering in upper left-hand corner, that's a
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saugus, daniel, zakim bridge, starting to see some of the traffic there. ignorance is bliss earlier. couldn't see anything. >> daniel: tracking fog and when will it finally let up. >> shiri: sunshine over the cape right now to getting into quick clouds in boston at 62? and drizzle bedford and boston up to fitchburg right now and visibility big time and still got fog in boston but not dense any more. on the flip side north shore merrimack valley and sea coast still in the thick of that dense fog out toward worcester, still reports of dense fog as well. so if traveling north or west of the city, you're still going to encounter big time problem spots. 11:00 a.m. 69?, chance for a little drizzle, showers get more
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slide and scattered shower chance at any time but i am going to map out the tropical downpours and time those out for you coming up in ten minutes. julie back now with live drive time traffic. julie, hopefully the fog lifting will boil down to improvements on the road. >> julie: between that and timing now kind of getting into the tail end of the morning commute. sluggish 128 southbound as work expressway slow from the braintree split up to around morrissey boulevard. live drive times and 34 minutes pike eastbound from mass ave, 27 minutes on expressway, 27 minutes on 93 south as you approach the zakim bridge. >> julie: patrols after a shocking crime on 13-year-old. >> daniel: girl was kidnapped
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courthouse and man arrested faces a judge very soon. >> michael: yeah in just a few minutes, in fact, after couple of these reports i will head inside to see the arraignment, not only on expecting but also on a charge of aggravated statutory rape. >> crime unspeakable and possible for the most vulnerable citizens. >> michael: police arrested 21-year-old angel mateo hours after investigators say walked to school thursday morning and dragged her into a second floor phillips street apartment and sexually assaulted her over a 2-hour period. the young victim told police she was then allowed to leave and reported what happened to her school. >> cops showed up and surround the house after ten. >> michael: neighbor asked to
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said mateo lived there with his mother and another female relative. >> that's just awful. it is deplorable. >> michael: police say mateo was wearing a pretrial ankle bracelet at the time. the mayor says mateo not a sex offender and thinks there's a connection between the crime and undisclosed reason why the courts forced mateo to wear the monitoring >> michael: mayor asking everyone to review everybody in lawrence that's wearing a monitoring bracelet and assess the threat level. arraignment is coming up the next few minutes and be inside the courtroom for that. first, next report in 30 minutes, say tuned because you hear from parents that talk about what changes they are making to their morning routine to make sure kids get to school
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henrich, fox25 news. >> julie: new this morning a burlington found safe after disappearing for more than 24 hours. fox25 cameras were rolling when tanya condon-frieden was finally found in swamp off praise street in billerica overnight. dogs were brought in and located the 45-year-old. the appearance doesn't appear to be suspicious but trying to figure out exactly what happened. >> daniel: new hampshire police trying to figure out who of 93. he was going south on northbound lanes around 2:30 this morning. police found drake after receiving a call from a driver who said he was almost hit by oncoming vehicle. drake's blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit and expected in court next month. also new this morning, working to learn more about this crash in brockton. you could see a lot of first responders on scene after car took out the stairs to home's front porch and pictures take own winslow street before midnight. no word on what caused the crash
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>> julie: police arrested suspected gunman and he heads to court later today. jessica reyes live in chelsea and that teen's family says the neighborhood is too dangerous. >> jessica: this time in less than a year house has been hit by gun fire and plan to move from the neighborhood. as for the suspect in the case he is due here in chelsea district court in just a little bit for the arraignment this morning. one day after hit by stray bullet juan delegateos still in pain and heard gunshots. one of them hitting as tried to
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>> get up and ran to mom's room and fainted right in front of her room. >> jessica: less than 24 hours later state police arrested suspect and 19-year-old christian garcia of everett and he was one of two people inside car that got out and started shooting in the park right next to the eighth grader's home. while delgado's family is relieved about the arrest, it is not enough for them to stay in neighborhood. they say this is the second time in year the home has been hit by gun fire relieved it wasn't much worse. >> i had an experience of my dad asking don't want to lose another family member and at that moment when got phone call saying he was shot, it was like nearly started bursting into tears. >> jessica: now calling on police to do something about gang activity in the
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that. >> jessica: he was arrested on 93 in andover and he is charged with assault with dangerous weapon and once again he is set to be arraigned in chelsea and he will be in the courtroom as soon as we get to it. live in chelsea, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: two people charged with blowing up newspaper box will be in court. both of new hampshire are facing a number of charges including placing an insendrary device. the pair newspaper in august. surveillance video camera captured the vandals putting explosive device in the box before running away. >> julie: citgo sign as much part of boston sky like and eyes go right to it. imagine this, it is gone. that's real possibility because boston university is selling the building the sign sits on and company that's buying it hasn't
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landmark commission looking to designate as official landmark. mayor marty walsh agrees with the plan. >> lose identity and i think that's as much as family park. >> julie: landmark not scheduled another middle easting to discuss the future of the sign. >> daniel: now law on books protecting firefighters and helping prevent deadly yesterday and creates commission to study if there could be changes to welding and hot works industry. the legislation comes more than two years after lieutenant ed walsh and firefighter mike kennedy were killed during a fire in the back bay. the investigation found the fire was caused by welding work done without a city permit. >> that day on beacon street it could have been prevented if already put in place and two
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today. >> report back to state lawmaker whether tighter regulations are needed. daniel: governor baker and mayor marty walsh laying groundwork for testing self-driving cars in massachusetts. baker issued executive order yesterday to create a group to consult with experts and recommend possible laws. walsh also signed an order calling on city's transportation commissioner to come up with guidelines for testing the automated cars in the south and decent pace 27 minutes 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: things slowly warming up and 50s and 60s and boston looking a little better, north and west of the city still got drizzle and fog on the map at 5:00 p.m. we will have more widespread heavy rain starting to pop up and show you how long it lasts until friday night and weekend plans coming up. >> daniel: a lot more coming your way. surveillance video shows moment mob of people go into apple
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iphones. coming up at 9:30, the concerning change apple making to its stores that could make these type of robberies easier. >> trying out one-liners. >> this is the first time ever, ever, that hillary sitting down and speaking to major corporate
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at stop & shop, shoppers are discovering low prices by the thousands, plus even more that just dropped. all these low prices! what are you trying to do, get me to feed the whole neighborhood? no. just trying to save you a whole lot of ?bread.? [ laughter ] thousands of blue tags, thousands of low prices.
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uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself.
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>> daniel: headlines about the comedic talent. >> julie: delivered good jokes and also had no so good ones. sara underwood is here with more. >> sara: 92 uldinner chance for presidential candidate to
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stretch and it was unusual this year and donald trump got laughs he also got boos. >> hillary accidently bumped into me and very civilly said pardon me. vital to deceive the people by having one public policy totally different policy in private. in public pretending not to hate catholics. >> sara: hillary clinton focused many of jokes on herself es this got laughs but fell flat. >> i took a rigorous break from nap schedule to be here and
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usually i charge a lot of speeches like this. people look at the statue of liberty and they see a proud symbol. and nation of immigrants, beacon of hope for people around the world and donald looks at statue of liberty and sees a four. maybe five that tablet if loses hair. >> sara: separated inches by cardinal doland that sat in between them. after the dinner he admitted it was uncomfortable seat. in the newsroom, sara underwood, fox25 news. >> daniel: another hotly contested election, the new hampshire senate race no longer neck in neck. according to wmur granite state poll, governor maggie hassan
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republican income want kelly ayotte and stick right here with us here on television and online for the latest polling information campaign stops and speeches. >> chicago cubs one win away from first trip to the world series since 1945. they look to clinch it in front of home fans in wrigley tomorrow night. jon former sox leftie was solid, gave up 1 run and five hits and seven solid innings. the cubs put it away with 5-run eighth inning. javier baez and throw runs scoring eight-one. cubs lead series three games to two. charlie sheen offered to reprise his role as ricky wild thing
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pitch in the world series game. actor posted his arc from the 1989 movie major league. the film depicts them in 1st 1st place withun conventional set of players. and they started tossing it around when they secured the spot in the world series. julie: take you back to traffic tamerlan every -- cameras and route 1 in saugus looking better and i would say overl what we were seeing earlier this morning. otherwise moving along 128 northbound just fine. expressway still slow through neponset. north of the pike a little bit of volume building because of an accident on 93 south as you approach somerville. here are live drive times, 14 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 31 minutes on 93 south and 54
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weston tolls. >> shiri: winter is. >> julie: coming. >> shiri: got potential of snow out toward the berkshires and green and white mountains. so we are going to be watching for couple 60s tomorrow in boston and 60s on sunday and noah released official winter forecast here yesterday and just wanted to update you southern new england, equal chances of being warm verses cool and parts of new england expected to be amounts bit above average in the temperature department, not really pointing to necessarily dry or wet conditions and looks like we are going to be on track for a little bit more of normal winter compared to the lack of snow that we had last year.
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a little owed to i suppose summer, muggy, starting off in the 50s and 60s, 63 right now in norwood to the north and west and couple spot sprinkles here in norwood looking at clouds right now. see a little bit of patchy drizzle throughout the morning drizzle and once we hit the afternoon showers intensify and take it into the 70s in most towns and cities, so we got a very cloudy set-up at noon time, we got spot showers and tricky thing about that it means it is second of the afternoon and mean potential there because hit or miss of showers. we got steadier rain that arrives during the evening commute and friday night plans and eastern massachusetts being the focus for some of the heaviest rain from half inch to inch of rain but both those tropical downpours a couple spots could actually exceed that. highs today, there you go, lower 70s today in boston and in worcester.
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mid-70s today, even cape close to 70?. that's one spot right now where you're actually seeing a little bit of sunshine. over the weekend we grout disturbance that's going to be lingering and risk for showers in saturday forecast, winds really start whipping in the afternoon and also pulling in the cooler air and air going to be so much dryer, i think it is going to be tough to muster up the showers. i will have the slight risk of shower o morning but i think more clouds than anything else and sun rolls into place as we get into the second half of the sunday. very, very windy and break from saturday to sunday and gusts as high as 40 miles per hour and breezy as well on monday to track couple morning showers and dry out and cooldown for tuesday, wednesday, thursday, kick off mornings in 30s with highs in the 50s. going from very warm week this week to below average
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back over to you. >> people that live in the house sparking concern. not even a massive flood can stop the man from starbucks. coffee lover was andrew crossley: new hampshire has a senator who works just as hard as we do. gerardine ferlins: kelly ayotte believes in the potential of new hampshire, and wants to unleash that potential. ron goguen: she's out there fighting for good-paying jobs. andrew crossley: kelly introduced bipartisan training initiatives to make sure we have the skills for the 21st century. sue winter: she's fought against workplace discrimination - and for equal pay. claude poisson: she's working for the little guy - i'm the little guy. barb fredette: we need kelly fighting for good new hampshire jobs so our kids can raise their families here. sue martin: kelly is a powerful voice for new hampshire's working families.
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narrator: planned parenthood provides many kinds of healthcare. woman: i depend on planned parenthood for birth control. woman: i had my annual physical there. woman: the cancer screenings at planned parenthood are so important. narrator: still, chris sununu cast the deciding vote to eliminate state funding for planned parenthood. chris sununu put partisan politics above women's health care. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. i fought to restore funding for planned parenthood and got it done,
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>> julie: leading group of pediatricians easing up on recommendations media use by children. fox25 jacqueline fell live in washington with new guidelines. jackie? >> reporter: good morning. hard to find someone that doesn't have a smartphone these days. face time, skype, ipad and iphones are okay for toddlers. the american academy of pediatrics is easing up on previous recommendations for digital use by children.
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for babies to skype or face time obviously with an adult and for older children and teens to do some of the socializing, learning examine playing online. if parents want to introduce shows or apps with children ages 18 to 24 months and new guideline says they should watch and play with the toddler. kids two to five years old, doctors urge only high-quality programming from sources such as pbs kids and sesame make sure they still get outside and exercising and this also recommended to ban screens an hour before bed and overnight in bedrooms to make sure not destructing any sleep. think about it, that's pretty good advice for anybody, no matter what age. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> daniel: dunkin donuts blaming sales on heated presidential race. consumers are spending less
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the future of the economy. he says there's also a divide among the candidate. clinton reportedly spent about 2,000 -- almost $2,000 at chain last year. trump only spent $10 and expect to see sales increase after the november 8th election. massive flooding can't keep true coffee lover from his brew. case in point this man in hong kong and checking out new hampshire while cup of catching up on news in midst of tidal weave and another edited picture showing him relaxing as bomb goes off. >> julie: getting coffee more relaxing. >> daniel: so much time on your hands.
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>> julie: show you how long the rain lasts when we come back. >> catherine: group took off with more than dozen iphones from a local st you know me. that's new hampshire kelly ayotte. this is washington kelly ayotte. she voted for 20 billion dollars in tax breaks for the big oil companies. but she voted against letting you refinance your student loans. ayotte voted to give a huge tax breaks to millionaires. while 95% of us... got nothing. kelly ayotte. you need to know in washington. she's not working for new hampshire.
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>> julie: 9:30 and playing question and answer game. slight improvements and traffic signals and still problematic. >> shiri about worcester, bedford, lawrence, over to portsmouth, new hampshire, see quarter mile visibility and even lower, that is dense fog and has been plaguing the area through the morning on top of that those are spots where we have some sprinkles out there and light rain in arlington and norwood right now, got the drizzle, hanging tight across the border and new hampshire ton, new hampshire, swinging into massachusetts, drizzly look at worcester right now and light
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well and 50s check out 60s, breaks of sun and helping with the warm-up and a little bit of sunshine and 71? here at noon and unfortunately and risk of showers all throughout the deal and risk is there and i can tell you when you're driving home from work later today, chances are not moving in and couple minutes and live drive time traffic. >> julie: live drive time the slowest one only one noticed the
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for the pike. >> daniel: michael henrich explains this morning the suspect is awaiting trial for another crime and gps faces judge helped me in lawrence district court. >> michael: lawrence police making a visible push this morning. stepping up patrols to not only keep the community children safe but to help them feel safe as well. police say on thursday morning and 21-year-old angel mateo grabbed and forcibly dragged 13-year-old girl into his second floor apartment on phillips street as they walked to south
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police say mateo sexually assaulted the young teen and kept her there for two hours. >> would you let your kids walk to school? >> not any more. definitely not now. >> pretrial ankle bracelet a the charge has not been disclosed, the mayor says mateo is not a sex offender. the mayor is now asking the police department to review every person wearing one of those ankle monitoring bracelets to see if they live near a school and assess the threat level. >> aggravated statutory rape charges and any developments happen inside courtroom and tweet it out and put it on the
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fox25 news. >> michael: shocked to discover who lives right next door to them at 96 milton ave. seven level three sex offenders. this is their address. six of the seven level three sex offenders. >> safety of children and community. too many in one place. feel like and seven is a lot. level three going to repeat, that's a big concern. >> level three sex offenders are most at risk to reoffend.
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filled with children. >> playground, daycare, a lot of what you call things that could entice them. >> there's no law or regulation to level three sex offender from living under one roof. city councilor told fox25 she is trying to help but doesn't seem much to do and team and i and city departments and follow laws and regulations and do not have the authority to evict anyon their home. we are currently in contact with boston police, state including the sex offenderry board and order to resolve the matter favorably for the community. jodon and julia are taking a stand. >> we want the sex offenders moved out of the house. >> create environment and sends strong message these are the kids and protect them no matter what. >> daniel:
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believe this is a illegal rooming house and inspectional services tried three times to get inside and see what's going on and haven't been able to so issued the owner of the house and went to his house, address on record, but have not been able to reach them. >> julie: up and down because of attack on service network based up in manchester, new hampshire. the company dyn says they are working on issue but it is unclear when we resolve. >> police searching for group of thieves that stormed the apple store in natick mall stealing more than $13,000 worth of merchandise and more common here and across the country robbery. fox25 catherine parrotta live outside the natick mall this
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concerning. >> hear all over the place. >> brazen crime leaving natick shoppers >> catherine: whole incident captured on surveillance and wednesday night when the seven people walked into the natick mall with hats and hoods covering the heads. they walked through the mall and then filed through the apple store. >> see the video it was other people in the mall and that's unfortunate. >> unfortunate because police say in the busy store the group cut the security cords and got away with 19 phones. loss totaling about $13,000.
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experimenting with new method of merchandise leaving phones untethered in canada and u.k. so customers can get feel for them and change next year. >> this isn't the first theft of its kind. last month hingham police said ten to 12 teens went into the apple store and took off with 22 phones. natick police are investigating to see if that incident is connect to this most recent theft. one leaving shoppers feeling uneasy. >> what's am i going to see people with guns? >> catherine: they are asking for the public's help and give natick police a call. fox25 news. >> daniel: massachusetts national guardman served three tours in middle east. christopher o'donnell's body was escorted to weymouth. he died from medical issue last
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friend. yesterday was about letting his family know his time in the army was greatly appreciated. >> the family it is peace, you know, it shows what he did and enjoyed doing all of this. >> daniel: family planning a wake and funeral early next week >> julie: hundreds turned out in hon the line of duty and both kept alive by blood transfusions. >> severe blood loss at the scene and if it wasn't for the red cross we would have lost two brothers the other night. >> julie: matt morris is still in the hospital. officer cintolo was released earlier this week. >> daniel: expansion project at boston children's hospital
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tearing up the green space visited for decades and say they rallied yesterday and new facilities will help the hospital take in more critically ill children. >> this is for the children, this is for the families and for the future of and what west roxbury -- what we can do today and tomorrow. >> daniel: be complete by 2025. no start date has yet been set. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes on what's been a very foggy friday. 93 south, 26 minutes as head from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: also watching that foliage fading color in northern new england but tell you what, those are spots that could be a little bit of snow this weekend. i will give you the latest on
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>> daniel: do you really know what's in certain products you use everyday? coming up closer look at cosmetic that claim to be organic and what's being done to keep consumer safe.
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you know me. that's new hampshire kelly ayotte. this is washington kelly ayotte. she voted for 20 billion dollars in tax breaks for the big oil companies. but she voted against letting you refinance your student loans. ayotte voted to give a huge tax breaks to millionaires. while 95% of us... got nothing. kelly ayotte. you need to know in washington. she's not working for new hampshire.
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>> daniel: cocker spaniel recovering from severe case of abuse and neglect. lally dropped off last thursday and owners of the shop were in shock and in tears when she was brought in. she was badly matted, paws were swollen and pet told groomer never seen dog with so many complications. lally also has ear infection so
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her i asked the guy i couldn't believe it. >> daniel: previous owner told the groomer he couldn't take care of her any more and gave her away. the owner says when he went to visit the dog he found her in that condition and refusing to give lally back and now left with vet bill and caring until she gets better. meanwhile lexington police are investigating the case as animal abuse. >> julie: not seeing red on maps and 128 southbound a little sluggish and lexington and approach route 2.
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on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. >> daniel: if i had hair i know it would be humid out. >> shiri: showers that we have out there now, i know boston looking pretty okay and southeastern massachusetts pretty okay as well but travelers from the north or west we still got fog and still got this humid air will help fuel eventually some almost tropical like downpours for the evening commute. 62 right now in boston, visibility has been steadily going up in boston but as we get more of the shower in place this evening, actually going to see the fog thicken up again, so we got highs flirting with about 70? in boston today and a little bit of drizzle and sprinkle this morning, but by one, three, 5:00 p.m. looking at scattered rain.
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stuff. so at noon time we got scattered rain and take away for the afternoon showers and pushing from the south and know where it is coming from for you and showers are potentially going to have locally heavier rain and not all going to be drizzle and pockets of heavy rain and really heavy stuff will develop this evening across eastern massachusetts. still some room for it to wiggle a little bit 9:00 p.m. you better pack patience if you have travel plans for friday night because it is going to be wet out there and visibility is also going to suffer. got highs today in the lower 70s in boston from 74 in norwood, 72 in lawrence and 71 in worcester and upper 60s across the outer cape and islands, start getting into the showers first before the rest of us coming from the south. tomorrow at times mostly in the sixties along the coastline and
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the sunday and start to dry out. weekend starting here pretty unsettled, disturbance still local, it is going to stir up showers at times for your sunday -- saturday rather along with the clouds and winds for the afternoon really start to increase and going to get very windy during the afternoon and starts yanking in cooler air out of canada and cause a little flipover to flakes into the mountains locally don't think -- mountains. very dry air moving in the half of the weekend and sunday and losing humidity the weekend and turning cool and turning dry but we have some lingering clouds into sunday morning. only slight risk of shower during the afternoon, sun finally arrives back in town. wind will be another item to discuss here because like i said, they are increasing during the day tomorrow, really making full grip over the area for the afternoon and wind anywhere from about 30 to 40 miles per hour,
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stronger than that over the cape examine then they don't lighten up because into the sunday we maintain the wind even early next week we are looking at breezy conditions through about tuesday and taking down more leaves in the weekend. 72 today with scattered rain, got windy set-up into the weekend and scattered showers at time for saturday and sunday dryer 50s and turn dryer and brighter in the afternoon and wake up to 30s and highs only in the lower 50s but cool this time of year and below average temperatures and tracking the next rain chance late late on thursday. >> michelle: patriots maybe
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foxborough will still be packed tomorrow. seventh annual fall harvest celebration takes over patriots place. joyful the beautiful fall new england weather. boston fall classic. head of the charles. over 11,000 athletes around the world to competition and thousands of fans 3-mile course boston and cambridge to challenge the sport. competition, atmosphere, athleticism, nothing quite like it and, of course, getting full
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>> we work with all the ingredients that come from the roof in the restaurant. >> michelle: still time to share who makes your favorite pizza. drop us note and might see through. for more about what's happening around town and make sure you have the fox25 news app in the menu and around town connection and click on around town tab on fox25boston.com. whatever you do make it a great fall weekend. i'm michelle lazcano for fox25 narrator: planned parenthood provides many kinds of healthcare. woman: i depend on planned parenthood for birth control. woman: i had my annual physical there. woman: the cancer screenings at planned parenthood are so important. narrator: still, chris sununu cast the deciding vote to eliminate state funding for planned parenthood. chris sununu put partisan politics above women's health care. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. i fought to restore funding for planned parenthood and got it done,
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s. you know me. that's new hampshire kelly ayotte. this is washington kelly ayotte. she voted for 20 billion dollars in tax breaks for the big oil companies. but she voted against ayotte voted to give a huge tax breaks to millionaires. while 95% of us... got nothing. kelly ayotte. you need to know in washington. she's not working for new hampshire.
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working group make-up or hair spray there's no rules and looking for way to change that. senate proposed bill more power to regulate cosmetics. hearing held last month for personal care safety act. >> daniel: warning for people that buy apple products from amazon. apple says 90% of the item being labeled as genuine are actually fake. the company made the discovery after buying some of the products for itself.
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and cables -- chargers and cables. apple log logos on products that pose significant risk of overheating, fire and electrical shock. >> julie: just a few hours you will be able to wear all things pump spice. limited edition saucony and on sale noon. >> daniel: i always wanted a pair of sauconys. >> shiri: whatever you do grab water proof later and on and off showers and lingering rain in a lot of clouds saturday, dry sunday. it great price on this boneless chicken! yeah. we love low prices. no bones about it.
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andrew crossley: new hampshire has a senator who works just as hard as we do. gerardine ferlins: kelly ayotte believes in the potential of new hampshire, and wants to unleash that potential. ron goguen: she's out there fighting for good-paying jobs. andrew crossley: kelly introduced bipartisan training initiatives to make sure we have the skills for the 21st century. sue winter: she's fought against workplace discrimination - and for equal pay. claude poisson: she's working for the little guy - i'm the little guy. barb fredette: we need kelly fighting for good new hampshire jobs so our kids can raise their families here. for new hampshire's working families. kelly ayotte: i'm kelly ayotte
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